Wesleyan Theological Journal Vol. 49 No. 2 Fall 2014

5     EDITOR’S NOTES

7     THE PROCESSIO-MISSIO CONNECTION: A STARTING POINT IN MISSION TRINITATIS OR OVERCOMING THE IMMANENT ECONOMIC DIVIDE IN A MISSIO TRINITATIS by Peter Bellini

24     DISCERNING JOHN WESLEY’S MISSIONAL ECCLESIOLOGY by William Payne

48     MISSION-SHAPED DISCIPLESHIP IN A VIRTUAL WORLD by Philip R. Meadows

74     HOLINESS IN THE GOSPEL OF MARK: BLACK CAT IN A DARK ROOM? By Arseny Ermakov

86     COUNTERACTING CLASSIFICATIONS: KESWICK HOLINESS RECONSIDERED by Andrew Russell

122     “KESWICKFIED” METHODISM: HOLINESS REVIVALISM AND THE METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH MISSION IN INDIA, 1870-1910 by Luther Jeremiah Oconer

144     A CONSTRUCTIVE APPROACH TO SOCIAL HOLINESS ACCORDING TO JOERG RIEGER by Nathan Crawford

157     ORDINATION AND POWER RELATIONS: A CULTURAL FROM THE RITUAL THEORY OF PRACTICE by J. Matthew Price

170     DIGNITY, JUSTICE, AND FLOURISHING WITHIN THE HUMAN FAMILY: METHODIST THEOLOGY AND THE ENRICHMENT DISCOURSE AND LIFE by Kenneth M. Loyer

187     JOHN WESLEY AND THE NATURAL LAW OF JEAN PORTER AND PAMELA HALL by A. C. Weissenbacher

205     JURGEN MOLTMANN’S THEOLOGY OF DIVINE ACTION: TOWARDS A MORE INTEGRATIVE UNDERSTANDING OF HIS DOCTRINE OF CREATION by Jacob Lett

243     FAITH INTEGRATION, HIGHER EDUCATION, AND THE WESLEYAN QUADRILATERAL: A PERSONAL WITNESS by Don Thorsen

254     SMITH/WYNKOOP AWARD by Robert w. Wall and Richard B. Steele

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